Ozark 'Shoot-Don't Shoot' trains you how to react to deadly situations

Ozark 'Shoot-Don't Shoot' training is teaching more people in the Ozarks how to react to potentially deadly situations.

Students across the United States are serving detention or in-school suspension as discipline for walking out of class Wednesday to protest gun violence.

The next storm system will be moving into the Ozarks late Sunday into Monday.

Sgt. Bryan Samsel made the most of his return home

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